Picture Show: Art Conspiracy 5 with RTB2, Telegraph Canyon, The Boom Boom Box and The Crash That Took Me

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The fifth annual Art Conspiracy drew locals Telegraph Canyon, RTB2, The Crash That Took Me and The Boom Boom Box to the stage in an Oak Cliff warehouse Saturday night, while the just-completed work of 150 Dallas artists was sold for charity in a run of live auctions.

Held in a different venue, and benefiting a different charity each year, this year's iteration raised money for Resolana, a local organization that serves women in prison with training and rehabilitation programs.

You can check out more photos from the night here in our slideshow.

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